Articles Posted in the " sdcc " Category

  • SDCC 2020 Returning Reg Is Approaching

    Comic-Con International tweeted information about SDCC 2020 Returning Registration this morning, and it’s time for you to officially sit up and pay attention. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • The Good Place Previews Their Final Season at SDCC

    The Good Place is one of our favorite shows at The Geekiary. There is just something about that internal struggle of being a good person combined with workplace comedy and the right mix of great comedic acting that makes it so great. We aren’t the only ones getting emotional going into the final season, and […]


  • Agents of SHIELD at SDCC: Beginning to Say Goodbye

    It is the beginning of the end for Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, but before they said goodbye, they made one more appearance at San Diego Comic-Con. The cast and producers are definitely emotional about the end, but are grateful to the fans, and so proud of the little show that could. And one thing is […]


  • ‘Van Helsing’ Previews Season Four at SDCC 2019

    Ever since I first attended the panel and press room for Van Helsing back in 2016, I have been hooked on the show. It completely throws the vampire mythology on its head, and is probably one of the most underrated shows on TV. Luckily, I was able to revisit the panel and press room this […]



  • Comedy from Kindness: Brooklyn Nine-Nine at SDCC 2019

    People are often surprised to learn there were shows like Brooklyn Nine-Nine at SDCC 2019, but they shouldn’t be. Aside from the fact that being into comics and pop culture is becoming more mainstream with each passing year, San Diego Comic-Con is about recognizing shows that have an impact, and a series like Brooklyn Nine-Nine, whose […]


  • New Doctor Who VR Game Makes Fannish Dreams Come To Life

    I had a chance to test out the new Doctor Who VR game, The Edge of Time, at San Diego Comic-Con, and it made my fannish dreams of exploring the world of Doctor Who come alive. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Amazon Prime Video SDCC Content Shows That Art Is Political

    The Amazon Prime Video SDCC content this year covered three of their properties: Carnival Row, The Boys, and The Expanse.  Each of them came with their own political overtones that made some uncomfortable, including the mayor of San Diego. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks […]


  • No More Secrets in Supergirl Season 5 (Well, Maybe a Few)

    Supergirl is growing up. From a new, more mature suit (pants!), to a bit of a darker tone, Kara Danvers and her friends are all entering different stages in their lives. Here are some of the tidbits we learned from the cast of Supergirl at SDCC 2019. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content […]